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Cricket Australia happy with attendances but ODIs face a fight

Cricket Australia happy with attendances but ODIs face a fight

Crowds for the just-completed one-day series against South Africa were poor as attention turns to the T20 internationals.

  • by Jon Pierik

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Deadline looming: CA, players association set for rare meeting
Test cricket

Deadline looming: CA, players association set for rare meeting

Cricket Australia and the players association are preparing to meet - but will it be the first steps towards a 'constructive' relationship?

  • by Jon Pierik
Moeen bowls England to big win over Sri Lanka inside four days
England

Moeen bowls England to big win over Sri Lanka inside four days

After conceding a 139-run first-innings lead to England, Sri Lanka tried in vain to force Rangana Herath's farewell Test into its final day.

  • by Amlan Chakraborty
Education the key to avoiding another ball-tampering fiasco, says players boss
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Education the key to avoiding another ball-tampering fiasco, says players boss

FICA chief Tony Irish has called for players to be made more aware of the pitfalls of breaking cricket's laws.

  • by Jon Pierik
Inside story: A farewell hug but will cricket's bloodletting end?
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Inside story: A farewell hug but will cricket's bloodletting end?

The winds of change at Cricket Australia continued apace this week as cultural reform stepped up a gear.

  • by Jon Pierik
Khawaja ahead of schedule in bid to prove fitness for India Test
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Khawaja ahead of schedule in bid to prove fitness for India Test

Usman Khawaja hopes to prove his fitness for next month's first Test against India by playing a Sheffield Shield game for Queensland.

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Marsh fears bare Australian batting cupboard may not be refilled
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Marsh fears bare Australian batting cupboard may not be refilled

Former Test great Rod Marsh is concerned at Australian cricket's ability to find unearth future batting stars.

  • by Andrew Wu
Mitch Marsh regains his mojo with timely Shield ton for WA
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Mitch Marsh regains his mojo with timely Shield ton for WA

West Australian Test allrounder Mitch Marsh has regained his batting mojo with a century in a bold Sheffield Shield rescue mission against Queensland on Sunday.

No real weaknesses in fit Australian bowling attack: Hazlewood
Australia

No real weaknesses in fit Australian bowling attack: Hazlewood

Vice-captain Josh Hazlewood feels Australia's Test bowling attack won't have any real weaknesses if they can avoid the dreaded injury curse this summer.

  • by Justin Chadwick
Don't expect same Steve Smith: Chappell
Australia

Don't expect same Steve Smith: Chappell

Ian Chappell doubts Steve Smith can be as good a player as he was before he was suspended and that he can reclaim enough team respect to take back the Australian captaincy.

  • by Laine Clark
'At odds': Taylor adds fuel to spat over ball-tampering bans
Australia

'At odds': Taylor adds fuel to spat over ball-tampering bans

Mark Taylor has added fuel to an already tumultuous week, admitting CA and the players' union are at "odds".

  • by Jon Pierik